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Wireless Logic expands LPWAN coverage across Asia, Europe, NAmerica

Tuesday 9 March 2021 | 15:27 CET | News
Wireless Logic said it expanded its low power wide area network (LPWAN) services across Europe, Asia and North America as a direct result of new mobile operator partnerships and the recent acquisition of international businesses, including Arkessa, Com4, New Line IoT and Datamobile. Wireless Logic is seeing increasing demand for mobile LPWAN services (NB IoT and LTE-M) across a wide range of use cases, from smart metering and energy management to asset tracking and sensor-driven applications. 

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Companies: Wireless Logic
Countries: Asia / Europe / North America
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